Enabling Secure, Interoperable Tactical Communications Systems For the Global Military Community
Tactical data links (TDLs) are standardized, highly structured communication links used by the military for the transmission and exchange of tactical data among US joint and coalition partners. Tactical data link communications are also at the center of all military command and control systems today. TDL-based solutions offer a means of secure communications via networks such as Link 11, Link 16, Link 22, SADL, JREAP, VMF, and SIMPLE. TDL standards are highly complex and constantly evolving, and TDL solutions need to interoperate across platforms, service branches, and even international boundaries. Curtiss-Wright’s powerful, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) TCG line of TDL software solutions minimize the time and effort required to build, integrate, test, train and deploy effective and affordable military communications systems.
Curtiss-Wright is a worldwide leader of tactical data link software solutions that allow military operating and training units, government testing organizations and prime defense contractors to quickly achieve better connectivity and capability at the tactical edge. By creating cost effective, integrated tactical communications solutions, warfighters in the air and on the ground can now exchange real-time tactical information and share a common operating picture for improved operational coordination, situation awareness and mission effectiveness.